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Category: Curation Micro-services

Data Documentation Initiative Workshops 1/10-12 at UCSD – Sign Up Now

Immediately following ALA Midwinter, the UCSD Libraries will host a two-part workshop on the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI), a community XML standard being deployed internationally for describing, managing, and accessing data sets.  The goal of the workshop is to promote

Digital library’s global, local services

The California Digital Library’s (CDL) success in elevating the digital library to be expansively global and deeply local has been demonstrated this fall in its launching of an array of pioneering resources that support activities in all corners of research

OCLC webinar on Merritt, Thursday Nov. 18

OCLC Research is hosting a webinar on Merritt as part of their Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) series on Thursday, Nov 18 at 11am PT (2pm ET). The webinar will be led by Stephen Abrams

UC3 Merritt webinar 10/20 1-2pm PT

UC3 has recently released the new Merritt repository service. This new repository is the successor to the Digital Preservation Repository (DPR), and provides a cost-effective way for the UC3 community to manage, archive and share its digital content. Merritt provides

Deposit, save, share, find that content and data: new UC3 services launch

The University of California Curation Center (UC3) is excited to be launching three new services September 15 and 17, 2010.   They include Merritt (named for CDL’s close neighbor, Lake Merritt), a tool for the UC community to manage, archive and

UC3 to host Curate Camp 2010!

UC3 will host a conference on curation micro-services on August 16-17 at UC Berkeley. Or rather, we’re hosting an “unconference.” Unconferences are meetings where the participants set the agenda and give presentations. The emphasis is on collaboration, discussion, interaction and

Webinar of "Merritt" repository development

UC3 is developing a new Digital Preservation Repository based on a set of curation micro-services. (We’ve named this development effort “Merritt” after Lake Merritt (, just a few blocks from our office.) We’ve reached a development milestone, and held a